St. Agrestis New York Amaro

St. Agrestis


St. Agrestis

Many in stock

$ 39.99
(This item qualifies for Flat Rate shipping)

NYC sommeliers, Nicholas Finger & Fairlie McCollough, created this Amaro in 2014 after returning to New York from a three-month trip of Italy. I know, we are jealous too. The trip made them fall in love with Amari (yep, that's the pluralized form of Amaro) and in true Brooklyn fashion they decided to make one of their own.  

The amaro starts with a maceration of organic herbs, roots, and citrus in a neutral base spirit and is then blended and aged for a bit in whiskey barrels from nearby Van Brunt Distillery. After that, the duo add organic cane sugar to balance the bitterness of the Amaro, creating a rich, complex amaro that we loved sipping on.

Perfect for cocktails or sweet sipping, get one today!


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